Tag: Equity & Excellence for All

Hello, New York

A letter from New York City’s new Schools Chancellor, Richard A. Carranza.

All Rise

Over 20 Renewal Schools will become NYC’s first-ever Rise Schools at the end of the 2017–18 school year.

The NYC School Survey Says….

The results are in! Take a look and see how over a million respondents, including a record number of parents, voted in the 2017 NYC School Survey.

Teaching STEAM One Brick at a Time

Learn more about FaceLab, the DOE’s STEAM-based training program for parents at select elementary and middle schools across the City.

NYC’s H.S. Juniors Ready to ‘Step’ Up for SAT School Day

For the first time ever, all of NYC’s high school juniors will be able to take the SAT for FREE on April 5.

New Yorkers: Support the City’s Future and Become a Mentor

Mayor de Blasio announces the NYC Youth Mentoring Initiative; seeks volunteers to mentor 40,000 high school students across 400 high schools by 2022.

2016: A Great Year for NYC Schools

With 2016 coming to a close and making way for 2017, we took the opportunity to  look back and reflect on what our schools, […]

NYC Libraries to Provide Free Wi-Fi Hotspot Devices to NYC Public School Families

Great news for the City’s public school students and their families! Thanks to a partnership between the DOE, the White House, the New York Public […]

Considering a New Career? Apply for the NYC Teaching Collaborative by September 30!

As residents of New York, we know firsthand just how great our City is. Between the people, languages, cultures, food, shopping options, and infrastructure that […]

CUNY Eliminates Application Fee for NYC’s Low-Income Students

When it comes to applying for colleges, many of our high school seniors often report that they have difficulties paying for the various application […]